Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema has recently shared pictures of ANC supporters who thought his suspension from the ANC would be the end of him.

He was axed in 2012 for allegedly sowing divisions and bringing the party into disrepute by going against the president.

Protests followed Malema’s suspension, with most mocking him and calling him a “dictator”.

“RIP,” some wrote on their placards, along with coffins and tombstones.

Some were convinced the EFF leader would end up being a hairdresser. Malema can be seen in one of the pictures shared by ANC supporters holding a hairspray as he works on a customer, looking as if he is enjoying his job.

Malema wrote on Instagram:

“TBT RIP Juju and our effortless acknowledgment was: ‘Father, forgive them for they do not know what they are doing.’”

Check out the pictures shared by the EFF leader below:

The EFF has become a pain for the ruling party, mostly President Jacob Zuma, who Malema has insulted in every way possible.

The party voted with the DA in the elections last year, leaving the ruling party with only one metro.

Since then, there have been calls from ANC leaders for Malema to return to the ruling party.